Dec 14, 2022
*PS* we apologize for the
background noise around the 17min mark. We have already tried to
minimize it to the best we can, but it is still audible.
Even amidst all the blowups in the bear market, great builders continue to build and great investors continue to support them.
Blockchain Capital is one of the earliest and leading venture capital firms in the blockchain industry. Today, Blockchain Capital manages $2 billion in AUM, and has invested in some of the largest blockchain companies like OpenSea, 1inch and Aave.
Today on Blockcrunch, we have Kinjal Shah and Yuan Han Li, Partner and Associate at Blockchain Capital to share with us:
Host: Jason Choi @mrjasonchoi .
Not financial advice.
(00:00:00) – Introduction
(00:01:39) – Introduction to Blockchain Capital
(00:07:48) – Exploring consumer vertical
(00:12:47) – Improving wallet UX with Account Abstraction
(00:21:30) – Unlocking more use-cases in NFTs
(00:25:09) – Apps verticalizing into its own app-chain and app-rollup
(00:31:03) – Making Web 3 development more accessible
(00:35:23) – Layer 1 landscape & new developments
(00:41:26) – Value capture of dApps vs protocols
(00:44:52) – Projects to watch out for in 2023
Blockchain Capital’s Website: https://blockchain.capital/
Kinjal Shah’s Twitter:https://twitter.com/_kinjalbshah
Yuan Han Li’s
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